In the last episode (Apr 21), Gary Kline said:
>       With all the billions-and-billions of lines of C hacked by
>       people reading this, do any of you have the functions that
>       would get and save-away the stat mtime, then be able to set the
>       original mtime of the file to what it was?
> 
>       I am getting back to working on a programm that cleans away
>       embedded html, jpg, and other non ASCII (or 8859-1) and leaves
>       just-plain-text.  This from my ~/Mail/* files.  Ideally, I
>       would like to set the timestamp of each file to what it was. So
>       before I re-invent wheels, I thought I'd ask the list.

You can use mtree to do this.

-- 
        Dan Nelson
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